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serve in their severall places and chareges therein as Mariners thereof from the
tenth day of June last (which was the day they entered into full pay at Gravesend)
untill the twenty sixth day of december last past, and saith hee hath heaard the sayd
Peter Bartlet did belong to the sayd shipp and entered into whole pay for the same the
space of halfe a moneth next before the sayd tenth day of June And further
hee cannot depose./

To the 16th article jee saith hee was not privie to the rates at which any of the
Mariners of the shipp Thomas and Lucie, mentioned in the schedule arlate
were hyred, but saith hee well knoweth all the persons therein named and knoweth
what quality and condition they served in her during the voyage in question
and beleeveth that the usuall rate then for other mariners goeing in the like shipps
and voyages as the Thomas and Lucie and the voyage in question were, and which
were capable of the like service as the mariners of the Thomas and Lucie in the
sayd schedule mentioned were capable of such as are mentioned in the sayd schedule and hee
beleeveth the Mariners of the Thomas and Lucie in the sayd schedule named did
well deserve for their service in the sayd shipp the severall monthely rates in
the sayd schedule specified And further hee cannot depose

To the 17th hee saith the arlate William Maples hath bin by this deponent and
the sayd Bartlett for them selves and the rest of the Company of the shipp Thomas and Lucie required to pay them
their severall wages due to them for the voyage in question which hee denyed
and still doth denye to pay And further hee cannot depose/

To the 18th hee referreth himselfe to the Registry of this Court and further
cannot depose./

To the 19th article hee saith the arlate Peter Bartlett William hamblyn
and the rest of the mariners of the sayd shipp Thomas and Lucie (whereof this
deponent is one) are much damnified for and by reason of their not being paid
their wages due to them by the arlate William Maples, to a considerable
value And saith they are and all of them persons who live by their service in
shipps in forraigne imployment, and cannot as hee beleeveth sett themselves
forth on other Imployment till they have receaved their wages now
controverted for want of moneys to supply them with necessaries
for undertaking service in other shippsand thereby have bin and are
as hee beleeveth greatly damnified And further hee cannot depose
but referreth himselfe to the lawes in that case established./

To the 20th hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true and referreth him
selfe thereto and to the lawe./

To the 21th hee sayth the arlate Maples Broderick and hatton are commonly
Accompted subiects of this Common wealth, and are as hee beleeveth
subiect to the authority of this Court And further hee cannot depose/

To the last hee saith his foregoeing depositions are true./

To the Interrogatories/ [CENTRE HEADING]


To the first Interrogatorie hee saith hee was one of the Company and
Gunners mate of the Thomas and Lucie the voyage in question and doth expect
his wages for his service in the same if the Interrogate Bartlet and others
recover theirs, and saith that soe farr as lawfully and with good conscience hee
may hee doth endeavour the sayd Bartlet and others of the sayd shipp may
recover their wages but not otherwise./

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